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10. Scoops on 5th — Mount Dora
Located in beautiful downtown Mount Dora, Scoops on 5th offers 40 flavors of Hershey’s ice cream, as well as homemade caramel corn, cupcakes, cookies, and keto donuts. After enjoying a sweet treat, take a stroll down the lakefront to Gilbert Park and let the kids play on the pirate ship playground.
11. Tavares Ice Cream — Tavares
Located on Main Street in downtown Tavares, this lakefront ice cream shop offers indoor and outdoor seating as well as a nautical-themed playset outside. Tavares Ice Cream carries more than 30 flavors of Hershey’s ice cream, as well as pastries and edible cookie dough. Just across the street is Wooton Park and the Tavares Splash Pad.
12. Twistee Treat — Multiple locations
It’s hard to miss these ice cream shops as the buildings are shaped like giant ice cream cones. There are more than a dozen locations all around Central Florida, serving up homemade soft serve, slushies, sundaes, shakes, and favorites like a waffle taco and hot fudge brownie boat.
13. West Orange Creamery — Ocoee
This old-fashioned creamery and soda fountain serves Hershey’s ice cream in a variety of treats, including sundaes, banana splits, and epic milkshakes with fun toppings. Fountain remedies include ice cream sodas, old-fashioned sodas, and egg creams.
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14. Donuts to Go — Sanford
Donuts to Go is our family’s favorite local donut shop, offering fresh homemade donuts, including a square glazed that is heavenly, plus an assortment of other flavors. Guests can even get a donut breakfast sandwich, and other breakfast menu options.
15. Gideon’s Bakehouse — Lake Buena Vista, Orlando
Indulge in a freshly baked, nearly half-pound cookie at this bakehouse with locations at Disney Springs and the East End Market. Cookie flavors include original chocolate chip, cookies and cream, peanut butter crunch, triple chocolate, and more. A variety of cakes is also available.
16. P is for Pie Bake Shop — Orlando
This artisan bakery offers a variety of sweet and savory pies, as well as cakes, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and more. All items are homemade with local ingredients. Daily menus are posted on its Instagram and Facebook pages.
17. Sugar Factory — Orlando
Part of the ICON Park entertainment area, Sugar Factory Orlando satisfies even the biggest sweet tooth with its full-size candy shop and over-the-top dessert menu offerings. These include sundaes big enough for two, “insane” milkshakes, and chocolate fondue. If you really want to splurge, get the world famous King Kong sundae: 24 scoops of ice cream topped with candy, cookies, lollipops, and sparklers.
18. Toothsome Chocolate Emporium — Orlando
From the outside, this themed confectionary located at Universal’s CityWalk looks like a real-life Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. It serves up a huge variety of chocolate-inspired treats and elaborate milkshakes.
19. Voodoo Doughnut — Orlando
Also located at Universal’s CityWalk, this popular doughnut shop can get very crowded, so plan on visiting either early or late to avoid long lines. Voodoo offers more than 50 types of doughnuts every day, including Oh Captain, My Captain covered in Can’n Crunch cereal, Marshall Mathers covered with mini M&Ms, Lotta Horchata filled with Horchata custard, traditional raised glazed, and more.
20. Wondermade — Sanford
This café is historic downtown Sanford offers a variety of flavored marshmallows (as well as ice cream). Marshmallows can be served toasted on a stick, in a cup of hot chocolate, or sandwiched in a s’more. Family workshops are also offered for families to tour the kitchen and make their own marshmallows.
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